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New drugs--boon or bane? Premedication and intravenous induction agents

Canadian Anaesthetists' Society Journal

Mar 1, 1983

R S Clarke

PMID: 6339010

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Research on the benzodiazepines has shown that they have certain advantages over the opiates as premedicants. Diazepam, which produces good tranquilization, is well absorbed when given orally though absorption is influenced by other drugs given at the same time. Oral lorazepam leads to ...read more

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Oral Cavity
Soluble
Opiates
Anesthetic Effect
Ketaset
Phenols
Preanesthetic Medication
Diazepam
Anesthesiology
Benzodiazepines Assay
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New drugs--boon or bane? Premedication and intravenous induction agents

Canadian Anaesthetists' Society Journal

Mar 1, 1983

R S Clarke

PMID: 6339010

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Abstract

Research on the benzodiazepines has shown that they have certain advantages over the opiates as premedicants. Diazepam, which produces good tranquilization, is well absorbed when given orally though absorption is influenced by other drugs given at the same time. Oral lorazepam leads to ...read more

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Oral Cavity
Soluble
Opiates
Anesthetic Effect
Ketaset

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